.mkv to dvd for mac's

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like it says in the title im trying to convert a few of my .mkv files to dvd but all the software i have been told to use is windows based... any advice? reply



There’s an interesting site about working with Matroska (.mkv) files on Macs:
http://mkv4mac.free.fr/?p=log
http://mkv4mac.free.fr/?lang=en&p=faq
http://mkv4mac.free.fr/?lang=en&p=enc

The main suggested solution is to use Perian then export using QuickTime (Pro?). I don’t have a Mac so I can’t test it, but I do wonder if Perian would allow mkv files to be available to other Mac applications (like a filter would under Windows). That would spare you from having to convert to an intermediate format just so whatever program you use to burn DVD’s can read it.

There’s also ffmpeg (and the OS X port, ffmpegX), but it’s command-line and can be rough to use if you’re not experienced. You could use that for conversion to a format readable by your DVD burning software. reply

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xilisoft dvd creator for mac can help you. reply

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ffmpegx has also a GUI version for us non-nerds reply

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Using Perian and exporting via QT Pro does work, just..... slow... reply

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There is a lot of dead ends I have found and a lot of incorrect information. Visualhub works well, but it was discontinued and you have to download an old version, use iSerial reader for a registration code, and use littlesnitch to avoid the registration process to convert it to a useable burnable file. I have been told to use handbrake, VLC media player,.. all a pain in the ass. I found a free tool that the visualhub developers created as an open source. It can convert to single layer, as well as dual layer disks. It takes ALL video formats, and can convert to pretty much anything including DVD VTS files. FilmRedux. It is awesome, painless, and quick. it is available for free at http://st373n.blogspot.com/ reply

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I personally use Mac DVD Burner for all my video conversion reply


I get used to doremisoft dvd to mkv converter for mac.That provides DVD videos to MKV (Matroska Video), MKV HD and other popular video formats, (http://www.doremisoft.net/DVD-to-MKV-Converter-Mac/)like DVD to AVI(Divx/XviD), MOV, WMV, H.264/MPEG-4/AVC, SWF, MP4, FLV, 3GP, M4V, MPEG-2, 3G2, MPEG-1 and rip DVD audio into MP3, WAV, AAC, MP2, FLAC, AIFF, MKA, M4A, etc for fancy watching DVD movies on multimedia devives, such as Mplayer OS X, iPad, iPod, iPhone, Apple TV, PSP, Zune, mobile phone and others. reply

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iambaldjohn wrote:
I found a free tool that the visualhub developers created as an open source. It can convert to single layer, as well as dual layer disks. It takes ALL video formats, and can convert to pretty much anything including DVD VTS files. FilmRedux. It is awesome, painless, and quick. it is available for free at http://st373n.blogspot.com/

It has moved to

http://blog.easelnet.net/

:) reply

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download Aimersoft DVD Creator for Mac... it has a free version and allows you to burn the .mkv file w/o converting it reply

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If you already have a iDVD, follow this step:
1. Open iDVD
2. Click “Create New Project”
3. Save it.
4. Drag the video clip into iDVD.
5. If you don’t want a menu, click View -> Show Map. Then, arrange the video clip before the menu, click it, click Advanced -> Loop.
6. Burn.

Nero 9, toast, isquit are solutions to burn DVD.
Also, you can try daniusoft dvd creator for mac. You can burn MKV to DVD directly w/o conversion. reply


This seems like the ticket -- HOWEVER -- does not support Mac! If you use Boot Camp or Fusion or Parallels, you should be in luck... I believe that it is free, which you thought would be “even better”.

http://software.bigbigsoft.com/avs-dvd-authoring

There is also a lot of Mac DVD-CONVERSION software (not free) at

http://software.bigbigsoft.com/dvd-creator-mac-imac

Hope this helps. Let me know your results or if you found even better solutions... this interests me too. Thanks. reply

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LIz wrote:
download Aimersoft DVD Creator for Mac... it has a free version and allows you to burn the .mkv file or converting it to DVD

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It worked! Thx. reply


hidden-koncept wrote:
like it says in the title im trying to convert a few of my .mkv files to dvd but all the software i have been told to use is windows based... any advice?

Hello. According to your description, I think the problem lies in the compatibily between your system and the dvd ripper’s opperating system ..

Maybe you can try changing your system to windows or, just try the dvd ripper ultimate which is what exactly now I am using... It runs quite well since it owns a high performance.

Hope these would be helpful for you.. reply


Good luck to U, guys! o(∩_∩)o... reply


I think what you need is DVD Creator for Mac - The Mac DVD burner can convert popular video formats such as MPEG, DivX, WMV, XviD, DV, VOB, MKV to DVD and burn DVD movie to be played on portable or home DVD players. reply

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<a href=“http://www.mkvtomp4mac.com/mkv-to-dvd-mac.html”>MKV to DVD Mac</a> Converter can help you enjoy family life and remove the trouble. reply

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mkv to dvd for mac not only converting fast speed but also very humanization.You will find the converter with the Mac is so fit and popular. reply

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yeh handbrake stopped supporting avi quite some time ago, nearly 2 years iirc?

ive not used MoKzcewwetrgnvDVrg2DVD, but it sounds painful! i would recommend either QuickTimePro 7 (im 90% sure it can export to avi), or ffmpegx. reply

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This Mac DVD Ripper is a multifunctional DVD ripper for Mac OS X software. It is able to rip DVD to various video formats and audio formats, such as MP4, AVI, 3GP, FLV, MP3, WAV and so on. The output files could be supported by all kinds of video cell phones and digital video and audio players and youtube. Of course my iPhone was included. This Mac DVD Ripper could also satisfy your customized needs with the help of these function buttons: “Trim”, “Crop” and “Merge”. These buttons will instruct you How to Edit DVD.

http://www.macdvdripper.org/
http://www.macdvdripper.org/mac-dvd-creator.html
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